If you’ve ever had a piece of kitchen equipment go down during the dinner rush, then you’re well aware of how detrimental this can be to kitchen operations. Unfortunately, the inability to locate a trained, qualified, and available service professional can quickly turn a kitchen equipment problem from bad to worse. Which is one of the things that makes Vulcan products so extraordinary: They are supported by not one but two outstanding service networks throughout North America. Here’s a closer look at service and parts, Vulcan-style.
Service at Your Fingertips
If you’re looking for service for your Vulcan oven, range, fryer, griddle, charbroiler, steamer, kettle, braising pan, heated holding cabinet, or combi, it’s just a few clicks away, thanks to the handy online locator. Just enter your zip code, and let us do the rest.
For starters, as a division of the ITW Food Equipment Group, Vulcan is covered by fellow ITW Food Equipment Group division Hobart Service. With more than 100 locations and a whopping 1,500 factory-trained service technicians throughout both the US and Canada, Hobart Service offers invaluable, world-class assistance in keeping your food equipment in optimal running condition.
Access to a second Certified Independent Service network, meanwhile, further guarantees that high-quality, expert service will be accessible to you when you need it.
But what good is service without the right parts? More specifically, we’re talking about OEM parts and the quality assurance (and warranty protection) that go along with them. Enter Vulcan’s comprehensive parts distribution system, which guarantees direct access to all OEM parts while eliminating the risk of having to settle for aftermarket parts in a pinch.
Whether you’re looking to install, maintain, or service a piece of Vulcan equipment, Vulcan’s extensive network of service professionals is a vital asset for restaurant owners and managers — both financial and when it comes to peace of mind. The takeaway? When you shop Vulcan, replacing or upgrading kitchen equipment isn’t just another line item on your budget. Rather, it’s investment which continues to pay off over each piece’s entire lifecycle.